As a result of England’s win against Pakistan in the tournament’s championship game, the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2022 was deemed to have been a resoundingly successful event. Throughout the match, there was some impressive of batting. According to DIAL4BET, the competition’s top 10 scorings are broken down and analyzed in this part of the process.
- Virat Kohli – 296 runs –
The Indian batsman took first place in the competition by posting a staggering batting average of 98.66 and a total of 296 runs scored, both of which were more than any other player’s total. Throughout the course of the tournament, Kohli amassed four scores of fifty points, the most spectacular of which was an amazing 82 not out of 53 deliveries against Pakistan.
- Max O’Dowd – 242 runs –
The Dutch batter turned up a lot of great performances in this year’s Twenty20 World Cup. Because of his great hitting, the Netherlands was able to compete in the Super 12 tournament. This would not have been feasible without him. O’Dowd got two scores that were more than fifty throughout the course of the competition, the finest of which was an unbeaten 71 off of 53 deliveries that he hit against Sri Lanka.
- Suryakumar Yadav – 239 runs –
The unconventional approach to hitting that the number three hitter for India utilized left onlookers utterly amazed. Throughout the competition, he demonstrated flair and consistency, averaging 59.75 points and hitting shots at an extraordinary 189.68 percent rate, both of which are shockingly high percentages. He also had a total of 189.68 percent of his shots go in, which is an incredible number. In spite of the fact that his side was ultimately defeated in the T20 World Cup match they participated in, his innings against South Africa in which he scored 68 runs off of 40 balls was without a doubt the finest innings he played in throughout the tournament.
- Jos Buttler – 225 runs –
During a key Super 12 match against New Zealand, the captain of England got off to a slow start, but he eventually found his stride and scored 73 runs off of 47 deliveries. In the semi-final match against India, he followed it up by scoring 80 runs off of 49 deliveries. Buttler played a crucial role in ensuring that England got off to great starts not just throughout the competition but also in the game that decided who would win the championship versus Pakistan.
- Kusal Mendis – 223 runs –
The top-order batsman was instrumental in Sri Lanka’s qualifying for the Super 12 event thanks to the contributions he made. Throughout the course of his career, Mendis has collected runs while maintaining a strike rate of more than 140 and an average of 31.85. Both of his attempts at scoring fifty points—one against the Netherlands in the first round and the other against Ireland in the Super 12s—came out to be the ones that turned out to be the ones that won the game for their respective teams.
- Sikandar Raza – 219 runs –
The experienced all-rounder has once again shown his top-tier batting abilities, which helped steer Zimbabwe to the best performance the team has had so far in this T20 World Cup. It was without a doubt one of the most spectacular hits of the tournament when Raza scored 82 runs off of 48 deliveries in their game against Ireland. After that, he went on to make a series of notable cameo cameos in the games that followed.
- Pathum Nissanka – 214 runs –
At the top of Sri Lanka’s batting order, Nissanka was an important piece of the puzzle. Mendis, while working with another individual, would often play the position of the aggressor, while Nissanka would assume the role of the more soothing influence in the relationship. His scores in the matches he played against the United Arab Emirates and England, respectively, were 74 and 67. However, his score of 67 in the match he played against England was the more impressive of the two.
- Alex Hales – 212 runs –
The English batter made the most of all of his prior experience at the World Cup by using it to his advantage. He was successful as a result. During the course of the competition, Hales turned in two outstanding performances; however, the one that stood out the most was his incredible score of 86 not out of just 47 deliveries against India in the semi-final match. Hales finished his career as England’s second-highest run-scorer and finished his career as England’s second-highest run-scorer overall. The Indian bowlers were thrown off by his persistent pounding of the ball while he was batting, which led them to lose their focus and resulted in an outburst of confusion.
- Lorcan Tucker – 204 runs –
The youthful batter was Ireland’s highest run scorer in this World Cup tournament, more than living up to the great expectations that were put on him. Tucker had a batting average of 40.80 and scored 204 runs throughout the Super 12s. His highest score was 71 not out, which he achieved when playing against Australia. It was a 40.80 for his batting average.
- Glenn Phillips – 201 runs –
A batsman who batted in the middle order and was crucial to New Zealand’s advancement to the semifinals by playing an essential role in the team’s accomplishments. After reaching a century to win the game against Sri Lanka, Phillips went on to deliver another outstanding performance against England, making 63 runs without being dismissed in the process. This came after Phillips had previously won the game against Sri Lanka by reaching a century. This effort contributed to Phillips’s success in winning the game. Both the proportion of times he reached base safely and the proportion of times he scored runs are quite excellent figures; his safe base-reaching percentage was 158.26 and his run-scoring percentage was 40.20 respectively. It was possible for him to reach the base in one piece 158.26 percent of the time.